Is Having an Imaginary Friend Normal?

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Is Having an Imaginary Friend Normal?

 

In this episode we talk about bike riding tips because cycling for the first time without stabilisers can be a very powerful memory for you, and for your child. It’s a milestone, a rite of passage and marks an achievement that will help build your child’s confidence and natural sense of adventure, we talk about Imaginary Friends and how to help your child concentrate.

 

 

 

 

 

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Q. ‘Dear Sue, my son James is struggling to master riding his bike and he really wants to, as he wants to cycle to school. Got any practical ideas about building his confidence ?’ Jess Boyle from Derby
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The ultimate top tips to riding a bike without stabilisers Cycling for the first time without stabilisers can be a very powerful memory for you, and for your child. It’s a milestone, a rite of passage and marks an achievement that will help build your child’s confidence and natural sense of adventure. And teaching your child to ride a bike is a wonderful memory-making moment for you too. So, grab that camera and get ready to see a beaming smile (and hopefully not a grazed knee!)

(Also it’s great exercise)

Here’s a guide to helping your child learn to ride a bike without stabilisers from the charity Sustrans that’s making it easier for people to walk and cycle.

 

http://www.sustrans.org.uk/

Q. Dear Sue, my son Max is constantly talking to his imaginary friend and makes up really detailed and complicated stories about him, should we nip this in the bud? We’re a bit worried – thanks Sue” Ros McCloud from Swansea
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